close

Register as

     
close

Customer Register

By submitting the Registration Form you are accepting the Privacy Policy
Account already existed
close

Supplier Register

By submitting the Registration Form you are accepting the Privacy Policy
1.对接世界级客户
通过我们的平台,您可以快捷地对接国际优质厂商,专业采购商以及技术人员。很快,您就有机会收到来自全球的询盘,它将与贵司的能力及发展方向一致。
2.操作便捷
登记注册后,您仅需在线完成相关问题或线下提交,并接受PINTUU团队的现场评估,匹配准备工作即完成。
3.完全免费
预评估及整个交易过程中我们不会收取任何费用。欢迎即刻免费加入我们!
close

Welcome to the PINTUU marketplace!

Forget password
Forget password

We will send a temporary password to your Email address:

Cancel Send

Home page / Blogs / Blog:Up to you, boss!

Blog:Up to you, boss!

boss-_副本00.jpg


-“What about this pattern of the tile?” 

-“I have to ask my boss’s opinion.”

-“Who’s your boss?”

- “My wife.”

That’s a conversation between a clerk and a man in a tile shop on Sunday.

 

Our society is undergoing an upheaval, both on economy and politics. Actually, about the rights and obligations of a couple , it was quite opposite in the past. Husband is always the boss, who determines almost everything in his family and his wife has to obey.

Although the situation is changing dramatically in family, yet less faster in organizations, distinctively in private owned companies in China, apparently with people born in 1950s in senior management team, boss makes decisions and dictates solutions.

 

We meet bosses at manufacturers and maintain relationships with them.

What we do is to identify the real decision maker, the boss, for our business. Sometimes they are the owner of the manufacturer but not always, they can be also general manager, vice general manager or even section manager, who has the mandate and is trusted by the big boss and you can definitely talk to and make agreement with him or her.

 

During our visit to the suppliers or potential suppliers, we make sure to have a conversation with the boss of the organization. Getting to know their management, strategy, competition, supply chain and customers helps us have an overall picture quickly and also would provide the recommendations what kind of inquiries can be matched later on with them. 

 

Risky to expect  translator of your supplier to seal the contract .

Yes, he/she may have the best English skills that will favor your communications on site, but  should you pause and ask if  the person in front of you is the right one who can sign the contract with you. Otherwise, you need ask for the approval of real boss and get their signature.